Courtney, a veterinarian, and Nicholas, a systems engineer, met through an online dating site and were engaged exactly one year after their first date.
Forget bridal whites and delicate pastels this fall. Using the iconic Maryland Inn and Treaty of Paris as our backdrop, we’re highlighting the rich, jewel-inspired tones
Johnathon invited Rachael on his boat and even taught her how to wakeboard. It was love at first boat ride!
It’s a nice day for a white wedding. In fact, there are no hard–and–fast rules stating that the bride can’t request that everyone show up to the wedding wearing white.
Kristi and Katie first met as children playing on the same soccer team. Later on, in their twenties, the two began running into each other at the bars and at Baltimore Pride each year.
Nothing says a Maryland wedding quite like black-eyed susans, a red, yellow and black color scheme, some Natty Boh and a dash of Old Bay.
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"As we were taking in the beautiful view, he got down on one knee and pulled out the ring."
Move aside bright blooms! Luscious greens are the newest trend in wedding florals and we are loving it!
College sweethearts from the University of Delaware, Megan and Brian’s romance turned to wedding planning after a romantic proposal in Central Park, New York City.